In a Digital Age, Students Still Cling to Paper Textbooks

They text their friends all day long. At night, they do research for their term papers on laptops and commune with their parents on […]

36 Questions to Ask on a College Visit

One of the best ways to learn more about colleges is to visit their campuses.

When you’re on a college campus, my advice is to slow down and ask a lot of […]

Psych Majors Aren’t Happy With Options

Psychology majors might want to put themselves on the couch.

Only 26% of psychology majors are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with their career paths, the […]

The Cheapest Study Abroad Destinations

Europe’s history, Japan’s tradition, and Australia’s Outback often come to mind when one thinks of spending a semester abroad. But these popular destinations are increasingly out of reach for many college […]

Put It in Writing

It happened again. Despite my best efforts at prevention, stress has become a relapsing symptom. Atlantic-10 Conference play started, midterm exams are next week and the job search is in full gear. […]

Here Come $60,000-A-Year Colleges

Outraged by $50,000 sticker prices for college? That’s so 2009. At least one college has broken the $60,000 barrier this year. And if […]

Admissions Highs and Lows

The percentage of students accepted at many of the nation’s top institutions hit new lows, while waiting lists reached new heights, says Barmak Nassirian, executive director of the American Association of Collegiate […]

5 Super Useful Websites for the College Years

Have you ever been pinned by a relative, interrogated about your major, and then been slammed with the ever-dreaded question, “What are you going to do with that?” Or maybe you’ve wished you could […]